2013年3月26日星期二

Clooney sported a moustache as he got to work directing his new World War II period drama, The Monuments Men, in Berlin, Germany on Monday

Filming is well underway for George Clooney's new movie The Monuments Men.
And the actor and good pal Matt Damon, who also stars in the movie, have already done a fine job at setting the scene for the new World War II period drama.
The Ocean's Eleven co-stars were spotted on set in Berlin on Monday.
Monumental job: George Clooney sported a moustache as he got to work directing his new World War II period drama, The Monuments Men, in Berlin, Germany on Monday
Monumental job: George Clooney sported a moustache as he got to work directing his new World War II period drama, The Monuments Men, in Berlin, Germany on Monday
George, who is starring, directing and producing the epic, sported a expertly groomed moustache which he has grown to play the character of George Stout.
Wearing a bulky padded black jacket and a scarf around his neck, the handsome silver fox 51-year-old was certainly prepared for the extremely cold weather conditions as he clutched onto a director's view finder.
Meanwhile Matt looked extremely handsome in his khaki American military uniform and hat.
Handsome: Meanwhile, star of the movie Matt Damon looked extremely handsome in his khaki American military uniform and hat
Handsome: Meanwhile star of the movie Matt Damon looked extremely handsome in his khaki American military uniform and hat
Suited and booted: Matt really looked the part in his costume which also featured brown leather shoes
Suited and booted: Matt really looked the part in his costume which also featured brown leather shoes
Suited and booted: Matt really looked the part in his costume which also featured brown leather shoes

Behind the lens: George clutched onto a hand held camera to shoot some footage
Behind the lens: George clutched onto a director's view finder on set
The 42-year-old star was seen acting out scenes alongside other castmates who appeared to be dressed as Nazi soldiers and marching with guns in the middle of the German city.
Old vintage cars and military trucks parked on the side of the road also helped set the scene as well as other extras dressed in clothing from the Forties era.
Matt joins an all-star cast including Daniel Craig, Bill Murray, Cate Blanchett, Jean Dujardin, John Goodman and Bob Balaban, in the hotly anticipated film.
Good pals: George and Matt are collaborating once again following their Ocean's franchise
Good pals: George and Matt are collaborating once again following their Ocean's franchise
Coffee break: Matt was seen enjoying a cup of coffee as the pair made their way around the set
Coffee break: Matt was seen enjoying a cup of coffee as the pair made their way around the set

In character: Matt was also seen filming alongside fellow co-stars
In character: Matt was also seen filming alongside fellow co-stars
Downton Abbey actor Hugh Bonneville, who plays the drama's lord of the manor, Lord Grantham, also appears in the film.
The script was adapted by George and Grant Heslov from Robert M. Edsel's true-life book of the same name and recounts the final chapter of Hitler's rule as the Nazis begin to realise their fight is hopeless.
George plays an art enthusiast who leads a team of museum curators and art historians on a mission to recover valuable pieces stolen and vandalised by the Nazis, in a bid to restore German culture.
Silver fox: George's salt and pepper locks were expertly groomed throughout the day
Silver fox: George's salt and pepper locks were expertly groomed throughout the day
In control: George was seen directing several members of cast and crew
In control: George was seen directing several members of cast and crew
In control: George was seen directing several members of cast and crew

Third time: This will be the third movie Clooney has written, directed and starred in - he did the same for Good Night, and Good Luck and The Ides of March
Third time: This will be the third movie Clooney has written, directed and starred in - he did the same for Good Night, and Good Luck and The Ides of March

Deep in discussion: George was seen chatting to crew members in between takes
Deep in discussion: George was seen chatting to crew members in between takes
The film crew is the same as for the Ben Affleck-directed Argo, which George and his partner Grant produced and Alexandre Desplat scored.
Filming began for the movie in Europe this January.
The film's release date is due early next year.
George has been joined by his girlfriend Stacy Keibler in Berlin as he gets to work on the film.
Setting the scene: Castmates who appeared to be dressed as Nazi soldiers were seen marching with guns in the middle of the German city
Setting the scene: Castmates who appeared to be dressed as Nazi soldiers were seen marching with guns in the middle of the German city

Vintage: Old vintage cars and military trucks parked on the side of the road also helped set the scene
Vintage: Old vintage cars and military trucks parked on the side of the road also helped set the scene
Her arrival in the German city last week shut down rumours that the pair had split.
It was reported that Stacy's romance with the Hollywood heartthrob had turned sour as the couple were reported to have gone their separate ways.
The Sun reported that a source had told them: 'They knew it was never going to end in marriage or  babies and Stacy does want kids and a husband in the next few years.'
But it seems there’s no truth in the rumours as she proved by visiting her man half way across the globe.
The Ocean's Eleven star has been dating Stacy for just over a year and a half, and met just a month after the actor broke up with Italian actress Elisabetta Canalis.
War times: Castmates dressed as soldiers sat chatting in the back of an old military truck
War times: Castmates dressed as soldiers sat chatting in the back of an old military truck


The shadows steal the spotlight away from these bizarre junk sculptures as they create a spectacle behind the actual art

Fans of abstract art allege that beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and though these sculptures may not be deemed masterpieces in the traditional sense, their individuality comes from their shadows.
For many artists, the shadow cast by their work would be an afterthought, but for Diet Wiegman, that is all that he is concerned with.
The Dutch artist, whose work was highlighted by Buzzfeed, makes sculptures out of random pieces of trash but then positions a light in a key spot so as to create a shadow with far more pizazz than one would initially predict.
Colorful interpretation: This piece shows a shadow that distinctly looks like Venus de Milo but the original sculpture shows no similarity to the famed work
Colorful interpretation: This piece shows a shadow that distinctly looks like Venus de Milo but the original sculpture shows no similarity to the famed work

Alternative Atlas: The round disks that were used in this piece gives Atlas a few key muscles
Alternative Atlas: The round disks that were used in this piece gives Atlas a few key muscles

Copying the master: The sculpture of Michael Jackson's moon walk comes thirty years to the day when he first tried out the move publicly
Copying the master: The sculpture of Michael Jackson's moon walk comes thirty years to the day when he first tried out the move publicly
Some of the shadows stay close to the classics, projecting shadows that look like Venus de Milo or David.
Others pay homage to other famous silhouettes, like a moon-walking Michael Jackson.
Modern masterpiece: the sculpture doesn't give the projection of the ideal male form like David is supposed to
Modern masterpiece: the sculpture doesn't give the projection of the ideal male form like David is supposed to

Global cuisine: The leftovers on this plate were obviously placed with care
Global cuisine: The leftovers on this plate were obviously placed with care

Symbolic: The way that artist Diet Wiegman was able to arrange the materials in this one to create the poison symbol appears a mystery
Symbolic: The way that artist Diet Wiegman was able to arrange the materials in this one to create the poison symbol appears a mystery

Self aware: The 'painting' is titled Shadow Out Of Shadow
Self aware: The 'painting' is titled Shadow Out Of Shadow

Impossible feats: This piece plays on the story of Sisyphus, who was punished for his deceitfulness by being ordered to repeatedly push a boulder up a hill
Impossible feats: This piece plays on the story of Sisyphus, who was punished for his deceitfulness by being ordered to repeatedly push a boulder up a hill

View from home: the random assortment of small sculptures produces a 'Dutch Landscape' in this piece
View from home: the random assortment of small sculptures produces a 'Dutch Landscape' in this piece

Dollars and cents: A necklace helps drives the point of the piece on the left home, while the random assortment of dots looks a bit like a collection of change
Dollars and cents: A necklace helps drives the point of the piece on the left home, while the random assortment of dots looks a bit like a collection of change
Dollars and cents: A necklace helps drives the point of the piece on the left home, while the random assortment of dots looks a bit like a collection of change

Influence of artists: The arrangement of the chairs is reminiscent of the work of Salvador Dali
Influence of artists: The arrangement of the chairs is reminiscent of the work of Salvador Dali

Strictly come prancing! It's Britain's one and only horse ballet school brought back to life after 300 years

With perfect grace, two magnificent horses take dressage to a different level.
Almonzor and Ocle, Spanish Andalusians, are being put through their paces in haute ecole — an equestrian discipline not seen in this country for 300 years.
Haute ecole (high school) is equine ballet. A horse undertakes an extraordinary series of choreographed leaps, kicks and canters known as ‘airs above the ground’.
After more than 300 years the art of historic classical horse dressage 'Haute Ecole' is performed at Bolsover Castle, Derbyshire previously owned by Lord Cavendish
After more than 300 years the art of historic classical horse dressage 'Haute Ecole' is performed at Bolsover Castle, Derbyshire previously owned by Lord Cavendish
The levade was first taught at the beginning of the 20th century, asking the horse to hold a position approximately 30-35 degrees from the ground
The levade was first taught at the beginning of the 20th century, asking the horse to hold a position approximately 30-35 degrees from the ground
The levade move was first taught at the beginning of the 20th century, asking the horse to hold a position approximately 30-35 degrees from the ground
In a spectacle as breathtaking as it is beautiful, these magnificent horses perform the complex dance-like steps in an equine equivalent of ballet.
The white ‘pillar’ in the centre of the riding school is used to encourage the animals to move in ever-decreasing circles.
 

The horses in these photographs – Almonzor and Ocle – are Spanish Andalusians, one of the few breeds with the physical strength and intelligence to master the discipline.

Rider Ben Atkinson, 19, with Almonzor' a 14-year-old Spanish Andalusian horse performing in the castle's original riding room
Rider Ben Atkinson, 19, with Almonzor' a 14-year-old Spanish Andalusian horse performing in the castle's original riding room

Advanced dressage training techniques were introduced to England in the 17th century by William Cavendish, first Duke of Newcastle, once riding master to King Charles II
Advanced dressage training techniques were introduced to England in the 17th century by William Cavendish, first Duke of Newcastle, once riding master to King Charles II
They are pictured performing at Bolsover Castle in Derbyshire, once the seat of Cavendish, and now the only British venue for ‘haute ecole’.
Rider Ben Atkinson,19, instructs six-year-old Ocle to perform moves such as a 'Capriole', where all four of the horses legs are off the ground at once.
The discipline was once said to have originated on the battlefields of the seventeenth century when cavalrymen needed to carefully manoeuvre their mounts among foot soldiers but historians now believe it is more likely that it developed from exercises used to strengthen horses for combat.
Three hundred years ago the British were world leaders at the sport. ‘Haute ecole’ was introduced to this country by William Cavendish, first Duke of Newcastle and riding master to Charles II.
However, after the art was perfected it died out in Britain, with the Spanish and French now reigning supreme.
Giddy up: Six-year-old Ocle obeys rider Ben Atkinson, 19, in a haut ecole sequence at Bolsover Castle in Derbyshire
Giddy up: Six-year-old Ocle obeys rider Ben Atkinson, 19, in a haut ecole sequence at Bolsover Castle in Derbyshire

No hands: The art of haute ecole was perfected in the seventeenth century in Britain before it died out and was picked up in Spain and France
Can-can: The horses are taught to do a graceful dance by their masters
No hands!: 19-year-old Ben Atkinson practises the routine with fourteen-year-old Spanish Andalusian horse Almonzor in the Bolsover Castle in Derbyshire
Cavendish is still considered the father of modern dressage though, and echoes of British prowess at ‘haute ecole’ can be seen in the Olympic champions of our modern dressage team.
The sport of dressage proved a big hit at the London 2012 Olympics where Team GB won a total of five medals.
Charlotte Dujardin mesmerised the nation with her performances of routines on her horse Valegro, winning gold in the team dressage and individual dressage events.
Her sequence featuring Land of Hope and Glory, The Great Escape and the chimes of Big Ben proved a big hit with the judges and raised the profile of dressage as a sport among the British people.
Last year was the first time Britain had ever won a medal in an Olympics dressage event.
Ben Atkinson,19, on 'Ocle' a 6 year old Spanish Andalusian horse performing a 'Capriole' where all four of the horses legs are off the ground at once in the castle's original riding room
10-year-old Bonito a Spanish Andalusian horse performing a 'Pessade' in the castle's original riding room.
Equine ballerina: The capriole (left) where all four hooves are off the ground and the pessade (right) where the horse stands on hind legs, are important parts of the dance
A post is placed in the middle of the room and the horse is led in ever-decreasing circles as part of their training in equine ballet known as haute ecole
A post is placed in the middle of the room and the horse is led in ever-decreasing circles as part of their training in equine ballet known as haute ecole
Pretty pony: The horses taking part in haute ecole must look the part as well as being trained to perform complex choreography
Pretty pony: The horses taking part in haute ecole must look the part as well as being trained to perform complex choreography
Seventeenth century sport: This illustration of a horse performing a capriole, where all four legs are off the ground dates back to 1650 with Bolsover castle in the background
Seventeenth century sport: This illustration of a horse performing a capriole, where all four legs are off the ground dates back to 1650 with Bolsover castle in the background
The original riding room at Bolsover Castle in Derbyshire (shown in this illustration) is once again being used for haute ecole 300 years on
The original riding room at Bolsover Castle in Derbyshire (shown in this illustration) is once again being used for haute ecole 300 years on

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back into shape: Edith Bowman displayed her post-baby body just one month after giving birth to son Spike

As any new mother will know, the prospect of losing weight after giving birth is a daunting one.
But Edith Bowman appears to be entirely on top of her post-pregnancy weight loss, and showed off her slim figure at the Jameson Empire Film Awards on Sunday night.
The Radio 1 DJ looked stunning in a floral dress for the event, which came a month after she gave birth to son Spike - her second child with partner Tom Smith.
Snapping back into shape: Edith Bowman displayed her post-baby body just one month after giving birth to son Spike
Snapping back into shape: Edith Bowman displayed her post-baby body just one month after giving birth to son Spike
Changing shapes: Edith's appearance was in sharp contrast to the figure she flaunted at a pre-BAFTA party back in February before giving birth
Changing shapes: Edith's appearance was in sharp contrast to the figure she flaunted at a pre-BAFTA party back in February before giving birth
Changing shapes: Edith's appearance was in sharp contrast to the figure she flaunted at a pre-BAFTA party back in February before giving birth
Edith teamed her dress with a red clutch bag and matching lipstick, along with a pair of nude shoes for the occasion.
The 39-year-old broadcaster announced the birth of her little boy on Twitter last month, by sharing a picture of a toy zebra the tot had been given.
She later wrote: 'In the words of Midlake. "I think ill head home." Thanks for all your lovely messages. We can't stop smiling. Xx'
New addition: Edith announced the birth of baby Spike on Twitter by sharing a picture of his toy zebra
New addition: Edith announced the birth of baby Spike on Twitter by sharing a picture of his toy zebra
Edith and Editors frontman Tom are already parents to four-year-old son Rudy.
Speaking previously about adding another baby to their brood, Edith said Rudy was more than a little excited about having a sibling.
She said: 'We gave Rudy the chance to decide whether we found out what sex it was. Last week we had a pretty full-on scan and when we found out it was a boy, his little face – he was so cute, he almost high-punched 
the air.'
Growing brood: Edith and husband Tom are already parents to son Rudy
Growing brood: Edith and husband Tom are already parents to son Rudy
Sunday night's awards ceremony marks one of the first occasions Edith has been seen since having baby Spike.
Prior to giving birth, Edith attended a pre-BAFTA party, showing off her growing baby bump in a tight optical illusion dress.

The 44-year-old used her years of athleticism to her advantage for diving practice on Monday

Back in 1999 she stripped to her bra in celebration as her team won the FIFA Women’s World Cup.
As a result Brandi Chastain, who played a crucial role in the triumph, became a household name.
Her image was emblazoned on countless magazine covers, exposing Brandi's impossibly ripped abs to the world – and she’s about to do it again.
This time, the soccer star is stripping off for ABC’s new reality series, Splash.
Ever the athlete: US soccer champion Brandi Chastain steps off the field and onto the diving board for ABC's Splash, as seen practicing on Monday
Ever the athlete: US soccer champion Brandi Chastain steps off the field and onto the diving board for ABC's Splash, as seen practicing on Monday

Practice makes perfect! The soccer star checked her form by holding a v-sit
Practice makes perfect! The soccer star checked her form by holding a v-sit
The 44-year-old is replacing Chuy Bravo, Chelsea Handler’s famous sidekick who was forced to drop out of the competition with an injured foot.
Naturally athletic, Brandi showed she was game for anything at practice in Pasadena, California, on Monday.
A neon pink and green bikini exposed her still-defined abs, toned arms and lean soccer legs.
Perfect form! The 44-year-old used her years of athleticism to her advantage for diving practice on Monday
Perfect form! The 44-year-old used her years of athleticism to her advantage for diving practice on Monday

Nice dance moves? Brandi seemed as though she was having some fun while practicing, standing on a diving board imitating a sprinkler
Nice dance moves? Brandi seemed as though she was having some fun while practicing, standing on a diving board imitating a sprinkler
Nice dance moves? Brandi seemed as though she was having some fun while practicing, standing on a diving board imitating a sprinkler
Blonde hair pulled into a ponytail, the retired soccer player took practice as seriously as she always has.
Seen bounding on the diving board, practicing her balance in a v-sit and taking a few dives, it seems as though her fellow contestants may have some serious competition.
Splash debuted last Tuesday to an audience of almost 9million.



Taking the plunge! Putting fear aside, the soccer player flipped and dove into the pool
Taking the plunge! Putting fear aside, the soccer player flipped and dove into the pool.
Super student: Brandi squinted up into the sky to carefully watch how to perform a dive
Super student: Brandi squinted up into the sky to carefully watch how to perform a dive
The show features 10 celebrities who undergo six weeks of rigorous diving training before battling against each other to win the competition.
They include basketball legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, 65, comedian Louie Anderson, 59, actor Drake Bell, 26, extreme skier Rory Bushfield, 29 and former Baywatch babe Nicole Eggert, 41.
American football star Ndamukong Suh, 26, is also a competitior, as is former Girls Next Door star Kendra Wilkinson, 27 and Keshia Knight Pulliam, 33, who played Rudy Huxtable on The Cosby Show.
Competitor: Katherine Webb was also pictured at the pool in Pasadena, California
Competitor: Katherine Webb was also pictured at the pool in Pasadena, California

Layered up: The Miss Alabama winner donned a grey hooded top over her red shirt
Layered up: The Miss Alabama winner donned a grey hooded top over her red shirt

Wet and wild! She wore skin-tight black trousers with her Nike vest to splash around in the water
Wet and wild! She wore skin-tight black trousers with her Nike vest to splash around in the water

Greg Louganis - called 'the greatest diver of all time' by the show - took charge of their training.
Keshia, however, was voted off at the end of the debut episode.
She was beaten by rival Katherine, who impressed the judges by diving from a higher platform than Keshia.

Claim to fame! Brandi's star rose when after helping the US women's soccer team win the World Cup in 1999, she stripped down to just her sports bra in a moment of glory
Claim to fame! Brandi's star rose when after helping the US women's soccer team win the World Cup in 1999, she stripped down to just her sports bra in a moment of glory

Victory! These images from the star's most famous play covered magazines
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Victory! These images from the star's most famous play covered magazines